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If the US fails it won’t be because of Democrats or even the seditious media. It will be those diguised today as Republicans, such as Newt Gingrich, who’ll gleefully drive the final nail-‘The Enemy Within,’ Peggy Ryan, 8/23/17

August 25, 2017

A President who could get things done would expose them as the irrelevant creatures they truly are….Jealousy is also seriously at work here. Trump is inspiring and exciting a broad spectrum of the country” like Gingrich et al. never have and never will. 1/22/2016, National Review just handed Donald Trump the Election,Republican Newswatch, by Doug Ibendahl. Doug Ibendahl, a Chicago Attorney, is a former General Counsel of the Illinois Republican Party.

8/23/17, The Enemy Within, Peggy Ryan, Canada Free Press

“If this mutinous cabal succeeds in destroying democracy it won’t be because of the Democrats, it won’t even be the seditious media. No, it will be the left-wing activists in Republican guise, GOP turncoats who will gleefully drive the final nail.”

“In a recent interview, Sean Hannity asked Newt Gingrich about Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell’s inability to lead, the Senate’s failure to pass an Obamacare repeal. Newt danced around McConnell’s role, its “we” he said, the President’s not a bystander, he shares the blame. 

After a few moments of castigating the President for Congress’s failures, Gingrich said we have to be effective, look at the long game.  We have a couple of weak Republicans so we need to add to our majority in 2018 to make up for them, get to 56 or 58 seats.

Ha! I might have been born at night, Newt, but it wasn’t last night.  This Lucy with the football thing got old back when we gave Republicans the House yet they couldn’t use the power of the purse to even slow Obamacare.

It got crazy when we gave Republicans the House and Senate yet the poor babies still couldn’t repeal or constrain Obamacare because they couldn’t get past the bully Democrat President.

Now its downright stupid when Republicans whine that even with the White House, Senate, and House, their slim majorities fall short, they need more, more, more.

Then Newt really struck a nerve, went off on the Republican base. At some point, he preached, we have to deal with the fact that we were three votes short for the repeal. The way to fix that is not a civil war, not to attack ourselves.”…

[Ed. note: “The way to fix that is not a civil war?The “civil war” happened in 2016 when Trump stunningly defeated your pals in the GOP Establishment. Even the NY Times Editorial Board on May 3, 2016 said, “It’s Donald Trump’s Party Now.” Gingrich, like others, is pretending 2016 didn’t happen, knowing Hannity will let him say whatever he wants]

(continuing): “Poor Newt’s worried because there’s huge primary battles brewing for Jeff Flake in AZ and Dean Heller in NV.  He sneered that the base thinks they’re “going to teach these guys a lesson but it’s suicidal, we could lose those seats. Besides, he pointed out, both those guys voted for the repeal.

So let’s dissect Newt’s rant from the bottom up:

First of all, scrap the notion that three Senators killed the bill, that’s a crock. These were the three chosen to fall on their sword.  They were picked because they’re in “safe seats”.

  1. Susan Collins of Maine – reelection 2020
  2. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska – reelection 2022
  3. John McCain of Arizona – reelection 2022

Collins, Murkowski and McCain are more in line with the usual Senate games, just elected they have 5 1/2 years left to screw their voters before they have to answer for their betrayal. And when Judgment Day looms, the party will give them symbolic votes to make-up, roses for their base after they beat the living crap out of them for years.

These three senators were the no votes because they don’t have to face voters but trust me, there’s plenty of traitors warming up in the bull pen if needed. In fact, Dean Heller voiced a no vote back in June. He couldn’t follow through because his constituents raised millions to expose his treachery.  But it’s the thought that counts, right?

The sad fact is, Obamacare was never in danger of repeal.

Republicans have no intention of setting us free from government healthcare, never did.

Onto Newt’s point about infighting, that we’re taking a huge chance fighting the GOP establishment (GOPe), we could lose those seats.”…

[Ed. note: “Infighting?” “We’re taking a huge chance fighting the GOP Establishment? Who is “we?” Establishment errand boy Gingrich has it backwards. Establishment lost a massive fight in stunning and historic fashion in 2016. Trump is the only elected Republican with an army. The rest have next to nothing. Hannity is as bad as Gingrich because he gives him a forum to be a parasite and waste peoples’ time. The only solution is for Trump to  announce formation of a new party ASAP, and that he’ll head it. It will be an actual  second party to the combined Dem/GOP. Right now, half the electorate has no political party behind them.]

(continuing): “So Newt, you’re saying GOP voters have to have a familiar name on the ballot, an incumbent, to know which box to check?

Or are you saying the GOP won’t support challengers?  I get that, you people have fought conservatives for years, use the dollars sent to elect conservatives to defeat conservatives.

You went all out to defeat Christine O’Donnell in the 2010 DE Senate race, gave the seat to a Democrat because the establishment was pissed off over Rep. Mike Castle’s loss.  Where was the concern for losing the seat then, Newt?

Then there was the 2014 Mississippi Senate primary where the GOPe outright stole the Senate seat.  When Polls showed Chris McDaniel would win, the GOPe poured millions into false ads, made robocalls that accused McDaniel of racism, paid Democrats to go to the polls, and pushed ineligible voters to cast a ballot.  It was dirty and everyone knew it, it was unacceptable yet everyone accepted it.

No Newt, reelecting establishment candidates isn’t the answer, it’s the problem. Time after time these entrenched politicians use their power against the American people, not for us.  Paul Ryan’s omnibus; the Iran deal; the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP); or the Paris Agreement on climate. Republicans repeatedly put every other country ahead of America, vote against the people’s interests. 

But by far, the biggest danger from these Republican apostates is their subversion. They work with Democrats, media, and deep state to undo our election, to attack our President. They allow the illegal special counsel investigation and hold phony hearings on Russian collusion knowing there’s no crime. They jump to the nearest mic to condemn the President’s travel ban, to link the President to white supremacists, and to criticize every word out of the President’s mouth.

They unite to block any move by the President to stop Mueller’s political assassination, squeal when President Trump questions Attorney General Jeff Session’s back-stabbing recusal, warn the President of the United States not to fire his own Attorney General.  They vote to keep the President from firing special counsel Robert Mueller even though Mueller’s serving in that position in defiance of Department of Justice rules, not a whisper of the lawlessness of the investigation.

And yet, Newt, you ask us to reelect Jeff Flake, a never-Trumper who’s been itching to stick it to the President.  If Jeff gets another six-year term, guaranteed he’ll gleefully volunteer those no votes again and again, he’ll be the “safe seat”, one of the untouchable saboteurs for the party.

Or Dean Heller, disappointed he couldn’t personally torpedo the repeal this go-around but relieved it was successfully blocked.  If this recreant is this arrogant with his term about to expire, what would he do with a six-year cushion?

The sad truth is the American people didn’t win Congressional majorities. Republicans have merged with Democrats into a seditious bloc and we’re far outnumbered. No, it’s not every Republican but it’s a sizable number, Senators

McConnell, McCain, Graham, Flake, Heller, Collins, Murkowski, Rubio, Sasse,

need I go on? In the House, its Speaker Ryan, House leadership, an entire progressive caucus, and never-Trumpers, enough to impose their will over ours, enough to complete their coup d’tat and remove our President.

So please, Newt, save the spiel about electing the incumbent to save the seat. If the sitting Senator or House member is GOP establishment, then our only hope to “save” the seat, to save our country, is to defeat that incumbent.

If this mutinous cabal succeeds in destroying democracy it won’t be because of the Democrats, it won’t even be the seditious media.  No, it will be the left-wing activists in Republican guise, GOP turncoats who will gleefully drive the final nail in America’s coffin for their own greedy gain.

A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear.”—Marcus Tullius Cicero”


Above, banner of NY Times Editorial, posted Tuesday evening May 3, 2016 for Wed., May 4, 2016 print edition 

Even the NY Times Editorial Board was honest enough to admit that the 2016 Republican voters’ messageis testimony to how thoroughly they reject the Republican politicians who betrayed them.”…

May 3, 2016, By The NY Times Editorial Board: 

“Republican leaders have for years failed to think about much of anything beyond winning the next election. Year after year, the party’s candidates promised help for middle-class people who lost their homes, jobs and savings to recession, who lost limbs and well-being to war, and then did next to nothing. 

That Mr. Trump was able to enthrall voters by promising simply to “Make America Great Again” — but offering only xenophobic, isolationist or fantastical ideas — is testimony to how thoroughly they reject the politicians who betrayed them.”…



1/3/2017, “Trump utterly gutted the GOP in the primaries. That was the real landslide of 2016.”…CNBC, Jake Novak


Added: The next governing coalition that calls itself conservative will have to reflect the views of the pro-Trump voters,” Laura Ingraham, NY Times, July 16, 2016

7/16/2016,Donald Trump Forces G.O.P. to Choose Between Insularity and Outreach, NY Times, Alexander Burns, Jonathan Martin

Laura Ingraham, a conservative radio host supportive of Mr. Trump, said the party’s future base would have to be made up of “working-class nationalists,” who have been drawn to Mr. Trump and reject the Bush-era policies around immigration and trade. 

The next governing coalition that calls itself conservative will have to reflect the views of the pro-Trump voters,” she said.”…(8 parags. from end)



6/27/2016, “The elites of both parties are, as if by rote, extreme globalists.”

“He managed to prevail—to mount the most astonishingly successful insurgent campaign against a party establishment in our lifetimes….He won the GOP’s untapped residue of nationalist voters, in a system where the elites of both parties are, as if by rote, extreme globalists. He won the support of those who favored changing trade and immigration policies, which, it is increasingly obvious, do not favor the tangible interests of the average American.

He won the backing of those alarmed by a new surge of political correctness, an informal national speech code that seeks to render many legitimate political opinions unsayable. He won the support of white working-class voters whose social and economic position had been declining for a generation.6/27/16, Why Trump Wins,” “He knows border wars have replaced culture wars. The American Conservative, by Scott McConnell

Added: One year before Trump’s inauguration: Jan. 20, 2016, Rush Limbaugh:

“The Republican Party, for whatever reason, refuses to be an opposition party.

1/20/16,Understanding Trump’s Appeal,Rush Limbaugh

“The Republican Party, for whatever reason, refuses to be an opposition party. The Republican Party refuses to stand up and even make the pretense of trying to stop Barack Obama.  Out in the real world, Barack Obama and the Democrat Party are seen as destroying this country. And not just domestically; they’re destroying the military; they’re destroying foreign policy. They are nuking up Iran. They are behaving in ways that befriending our enemies and alienating our friends and allies — and people are at their wits’ end.

They [Republican voters] have voted, in large numbers, expecting there to be some opposition and push-back to this. That’s the standard, normal procedure in politics. Politics is at least two competing organizations, and the winning organization always faces opposition by the losing organization ’cause it wants to get back in power. Well, the people that vote for Republicans are not seeing any opposition.  They’re not seeing any push-back.  In fact, it’s even worse than that.  They’re seeing the Republican Party agree with the Democrats on something as key as open borders.

If there’s one thing that people in this country think is responsible for the direct hit on the economy and their future and their kids’ future, it’s illegal immigration and the willing importation of unskilled, uneducated, totally dependent people who are gonna be automatic voters for the Democrats, which means this never ends. So they’re expecting the Republican Party to stand up and say, “No!” They’re expecting the Republican Party to stand up and try to stop it. They’re not seeing it. They’re at their wits’ end.

They have voted.
They’ve donated.
They’ve given money when they could afford it.

They have campaigned. They’ve gotten out the vote. They have shown up as the Tea Party. They’ve gone to town meetings. They have gone neighborhood door-to-door. They’ve manned the phone banks. They’ve done all of that. They’ve got nothing to show for it except maybe they lose their job, maybe they’re cut back to 30 hours, maybe their neighborhood Walmart’s closing down.  Everything’s caving in on them! They’re the ones playing by the rules. They’re not cultural perverts. They’re not people breaking the law.

They’re doing everything they can to play by the rules, and they don’t think anybody is standing up for ’em or representing them.

They feel powerless.
They feel like they’re being targeted.

They think they’re being blamed for whatever’s gone wrong in this country that Obama and the Democrats don’t like. And they’re not to blame. They represent what’s great about this country, and they’re being winnowed out. Well, it only stands to reason that when somebody comes along and lets them know that he agrees with that — and these days are over and we’re gonna make this country great again and you’re gonna help me do it — and we’re together gonna make this country great, I guarantee you that is a magnet that no Republican, conservative, expert, think tank, whatever, can stop.

It’s not hard to understand this at all. Except the Republican Party I don’t think understands what is animating and motivating their base supporters. They’re not worried about the Republican Party future. They’re not worried about the image of the Republican Party, not worried about the media liking them.  They’re not worried about money being donated. They’re worried about their country. They oppose, stridently, the modern-day Democrat Party. They oppose the policies of Barack Hussein O. It isn’t personal.

They just don’t like what’s happening. They don’t like the out-of-control spending. They don’t like $4.5 trillion printed and given to Wall Street, and here’s Wall Street squandering it now! They don’t like any of this.  Somebody comes along and says, “I don’t either. You know what? We’re gonna work together, and we’re gonna make this country great again. We got stupid people running it.” Well, Trump’s not criticizing Democrats, Republicans, liberals, conservatives. He’s criticizing stupid people.”…


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